Conference Venue Waterford
Rita Nolan Conference Room
The Rita Nolan Suite can cater for up to 300 delegates and smaller meeting rooms are also available. Our Rita Nolan Suite is equipped with the most advanced audio visual and IT equipment and is fully air conditioned with natural daylight. Our conference hotel also offers 112 luxurious ensuite bedrooms.
Our dedicated team can assist you in the preparation and planning of your event. The extensive Bistro Bar and Restaurant Experience gives the flexibility to assist.
Using our expert local knowledge, we can even assist you in designing an individually tailored social programme for your event, to ensure your delegates experience the best of Waterford. To get started, simply contact us at Dooleys
Located in Waterford City Centre just 15 minutes from Waterford Airport and 90 minutes from Dublin City Centre and is easily accessible from around the country, the UK and Europe.
15 Minutes from Waterford Airport
90 Minutes from Cork Airport
90 Minutes from Dublin Airport
60 Minutes from Rosslare Harbour
The hotel is also located on the Dublin – Waterford train line.
The following equipment is available for complimentary use:
Overhead Projector & Screen
Screen Flipchart & Markers
DVD & Video
Microphone & Podium
Incentive groups will also love all that Waterford has to offer. The proximity of the city to the coast results in a vast range of water sports in the area, challenging golf courses to test the mettle of the most practiced player, and outdoor pursuit and team building activities organized by dedicated activity companies.
We look forward to welcoming you to Dooley’s Hotel & Rita Nolan Suite Conference Centre, the ideal venue for your large conference or smaller meetings in Waterford Ireland.
From its vibrant city life, to the rural charm of inland towns and villages, to its stunning coastline Waterford has something for everyone. Waterford City, the oldest city in Ireland has a perfect blend of ancient and modern. Its collection of pubs, gourmet restaurants and excellent shops and boutiques, co-exist with medieval city walls, quaintly cobbled back streets and the grandeur of historical buildings still standing proud after more than a thousand years.